Summary: Not the world's easiest set up, but once going it works really well in our house. The range could be slightly better, as our second floor is definitely slower than the first nearer the unit, but it works consistently.
Summary: Range is good, set up is easy, had some problems trying to get my hard drive full of movies to work through the network but was able to get it done with some help from an IT friend. lots of lights as others mentioned but mot of my network stuff is in a closet so that didn't matter to me.
Summary: I bought this device because my old DSL router with wireless seemed to be cutting out more frequently than it should be. It installed quite well, and connected to ISP (Qwest) without trouble. Wireless setup was a little confusing.
Summary: The product is good. However, the blinking dome light is annoying!!! It took several e-mails with Net Gear's tech support before I got a solution for turning the blinking blue light off. To turn the blinking blue dome light off, you have to FIRMLY press it for LESS than 2 seconds.
Summary: Like any dual-band 802.11n router, your connection gets a choice of either the 2.4GHz band *or* the 5GHz band, but you can't actually use both at the same time with any one client, or easily hop between them like Netgear's ad and box copy would have you believe.
Summary: Just purchased this at local store. I avoided latest and greatest version (DGND3700) due to NETGEAR past history on new products and poor early reviews. This device seems to be working fine so far and I will update this review in month or so to report status.
Summary: I ordered this combination DSL modem and wireless router as an update and replacement for my old Actiontec DSL modem and wireless G router for Qwest DSL service. Purchasing and shipment through Amazon was good as usual.